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For Kerry Packer, high stakes gambling might have been little more than an Kerry's own passion for gambling lay chiefly in trips to the casino. on another occasion, Packer tried to give a sizable tip to a croupier, who told.


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The stories of Kerry Packer's gambling are legend in Australia. Packer was known worldwide for two things: his betting and his enormous tips. After taking close to ยฃ10 million out of exclusive casino Crockfords over the.


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Kerry Packer was a larger-than-life gambler, a mogul who signed $1 million As one former Vegas casino executive, who spoke on condition of anonymity.


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Having beaten polio as a boy, the pugnacious Packer grew up with an ingrained hunger for wagering. I am entitled to spend it in any way. Gambling was Kerry Packer's passion in the way that other men of great means develop big-budget obsessions with yacht racing or art collecting. More in The Good Life See all. You can only have so many great meals. To quote the Vegas casino executive, who considered the business baron a friend, "Packer needed something to do with his days and nights. There was only one sensible option: grab a crystal ashtray, smash open the baccarat setup and begin dealing. He played decent basic strategy, and there was a fear that he was getting better and better. He did. This is my money. Fitting for one with enough cash to roll as high as the moon, Packer wagered at the largest stakes the casinos would allow. And he did it with the kind of exuberant gumption and panache that will surely be missed from one end of the Las Vegas Strip to the other. That Kerry Packer, a brilliant entrepreneur, an astute stock market investor he managed to liquidate his Wall Street holdings just prior to the big crash of and one of the world's great tokers after experiencing a close brush with death in , he tipped his lifesaving ambulance drivers and EMS workers a million dollars each , would eventually find his way to Vegas almost seemed inevitable. However, all the worry and hand-wringing was not without warrant. But that never stopped him from toying with the managers and owners of local gambling halls. The good thing was that a couple days after he left, you'd get a call from his secretary so she could make arrangements to settle up the markers. Partly for that reason, casino managers worked hard to rein in Packer, and, to varying degrees, they succeeded, executing a delicate balancing act that reduced their downside but didn't give him an excuse to take his business elsewhere. After all, following one of the Aussie billionaire's eight-figure wins, a gaming corporation's quarterly numbers sometimes ended up in the toilet. It may have been the right thing to do, but it failed to douse the burgeoning player's enthusiasm for high-wire propositions and his respect for gamblers with the guts to risk it all. Probably the most extravagant toker Vegas has ever known, Packer routinely doled out six-figure gratuities that would be pooled among the dealers. The Magazine. Packer was less lucky on September 11, That day, after Al Qaeda terrorists struck the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, Packer was ahead millions of dollars and poised to leave Las Vegas with a tidy profit. Not so with Packer. But because he gambled for so much money-and had a tendency to quit while he was ahead, garnering the reputation on the Strip for being a "hit and run player"-the timing of Packer's passing brought some relief: he did not die on the heels of a big Vegas score, which would have suddenly been unrecoupable by the casinos. Casino executives silently cringed at these shows of generosity because they knew the money he tipped would never make it back to the house's coffers. By , when Packer officially took control of his family's print- and broadcast-media empire, Consolidated Press Holdings, he was already regarded as one of the richest men in Australia. Unlike high rollers who make casino bosses jump through hoops with outrageous demands, Packer's requests were minimal: he wanted nice rooms for himself and his entourage which often included renowned golf coach Butch Harmon, actor Anthony Perkins and a clutch of polo players and cricketers , an on-call masseuse and, most critical of all, monstrously high limits and a guarantee that a vacant table would be waiting for him to gamble at. They all knew better than to keep him waiting when he wanted to lay down a bet. How did Packer handle those financial beatings? He was at home in Australia, lying in bed suffering from a weak heart and kidney ailments. And it quickly became clear to casino managers that the sooner you showed him you were sweating, the better off you'd be. On one memorable occasion, Packer paid off a waitress's mortgage. He's a man who liked to make people sweat. Undeniable is that he did not let anybody get between him and his God-given right to wager mind-boggling sums of money. He loved nothing more than being in action for sums of money that few people could conceptualize. Whether the casinos were successful in leashing Kerry to that relatively paltry limit remains highly doubtful. The Last Dance Review: The Final Episodes We all knew how this story would end, but no matter how well we thought we knew this team, surprises โ€ฆ May 18, The Legend of Mr.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Just one problem: air traffic was temporarily grounded and so was Packer. Famously sporty Packer appreciated the effort. Additionally, it is believed that he dropped many more millions to the casino operators in London, largely because he spent extended periods there, taking several suites at the Savoy Hotel. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}He gambled for the kinds of stakes that kick-started the adrenal glands of even the most jaded casino executives. No doubt, Packer took some pleasure in stressing them out. Then Packer tersely added, "This is not someone else's money. A graveyard-shift pit boss couldn't find the key to unlock the game at a table that had been reserved for Australia's most notorious billionaire. Cigar Life. Impossible to control was the nonwagering largesse of this whale's whale. With a lot of big players, you need to go to them in order to get your money. With extreme wealth and a craving for chest-thumping action, Packer quickly found himself frustrated by the modest betting limits offered in Aussie casinos. The Cincinnati Bengals rolled out a cigar-filled promo for their NFL schedule, most likely due โ€ฆ. Cigar Top Michael Kaplan is Cigar Aficionado's gambling columnist. No doubt, as the year-old mogul expired on December 26, , the casino industry mourned the death of a man, but also the passing of Las Vegas's splashiest player. We all knew how this story would end, but no matter how well we thought we knew this team, surprises โ€ฆ. He was a very desirable gambler. Sixteen years and many outrageous nights later, Packer found himself in a far more precarious situation. But one night, in the fall of , after Packer blew into Las Vegas and found his way to the newly opened Mirage, the baccarat crew was not quite ready for him.